Fiona Slupinski Webster
Sports Therapist / Yoga Teacher
A Sports Therapist from 2006 and member of Society of Sports Therapists, studying post-graduate Applied Anatomy. I enjoy studying the latest research in connective tissue on a continual basis with ideas of Biotensegrity of our fascial system. I think it’s of paramount importance to try and understand our biology and how we move and function as the best way to help and target individual potential. Sharing the relevance of anatomy for movement is something I’m very passionate about.
As a manual therapist for over 25 years and movement therapist training as a Yoga teacher while I was working in London with other physios and sports therapists from 2009 – 2012, I enjoy combining both aspects in a tailored personal approach for each client, athletes/non-athletes alike
I’ve enjoyed working with football teams both as a physio and a yoga teacher over the last ten years in the London and Aberdeen, working with QPR Ladies, Cove Rangers and Aberdeen Football club
Working as a key member of the team at Athlete’s village with elite level medal winning athletes, such as boxers, sprinters and judo contestants at Commonwealth Games in Glasgow 2014 was an amazing learning experience
Ron has been a therapist for over 25 years. During that time has worked with athletes of all calibres from world class professionals to “weekend warriors”
The most important factor is looking after the individuals needs. A graduate in Biomedical Science he shares his time between research, anatomy teaching and clinical work.
Ron has an extensive range of treatment protocols, primarily as a sports therapist, but also as a qualified teacher of Anatomy Trains treats in Structural Integration
“When the person arrives in the clinic, they share with you part of their problem, we have to deal with it – it’s not just a transaction”
Having graduated with a Bsc.Hons in Physical Education & Sports Science from the University of Granada, Spain (1994), I moved to Sweden to focus on my international career in Orienteering.
After 3 years I moved to Scotland where I completed my Advanced Remedial Massage Training (SMTO) and went on to obtain a Diploma in Sports Therapy (2003). During the next 15 years I practiced as a Sports Therapist in the Netherlands, Malaysia and Oman, gaining experience across a wide range of cases. I trained further in Mulligan Vertebral, lower & upper limb mobilisation techniques, and advanced spinal mobilisation techniques using a Manuthera treatment table.
I have practiced many different sports (trail running, orienteering, triathlon, cycling, climbing, mountaineering, tennis, golf, basketball, volleyball), which compliments my training with the practical experience required to find a solution for specific problems.
With a family very supportive of remedial massage, Tracy Dawn grew up getting regular massage treatments; recognizing the benefits, she always knew this is what she wanted to study.
Graduating from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba, in Canada in 2004, she had a practice there until she moved to Scotland in 2017.
Throughout her career she has focused on a client-first approach, tailoring care to specific needs, both for athlete and non-athlete alike.
She has a passion for making people move and feel better, has done further training with scar tissue treatment, has completed the full Functional Range Release palpation and assessment program and generally just loves learning more about how the body functions.
She believes in an fully integrated approach to healthcare and is confident that sports therapies can really have a positive impact on every body.